As the tears flow and you feel alone, remember God loves you and nothing will ever change that fact! Proclaim God’s truth to overcome the lies of the enemy! There is hope! Read this post for a head start to beating the blues, but then join me for a FREE Webinar on January 27th at 7:30pm CST where I’ll share “10 Tips to Beat the Post-Holiday Blues!”
Sometimes we say we want to get well, yet we aren’t really willing to do what it will take. We are more comfortable in our known misery than in the discomfort of the unknown.
My strength was failing. Sorrow was all I could taste. Hope was more than I could bear. I didn’t know what the next day would bring, but I couldn’t stand more of the same. If I was going to fight for my physical and emotional health to return, I didn’t want to be left unchanged. I prayed repeatedly that this torment that I endured would not be wasted and that the Lord would use this experience to draw me closer to Him, AND to help someone else.
Comparison is the thief of joy. Part of the problem with comparison is that you can always find others who have more, do more, and achieve more than you. But on the other hand. But, you can always find others who have less, do less, and achieve less than you. Either way, you aren’t content with where God has you.